Rosa Brooks, an expert on international law and national security law, discusses how the War on Terror has confused and conflated war and peace, thereby blurring legal principles and categories developed over the course of Western civilization.
About the Guest
Rosa Brooks is a tenured professor at Georgetown University Law Center. Her varied career has included work with international human rights NGOs, and serving (from 2009-2011) in the Pentagon as Counselor to the Undersecretary of Defense for Policy.
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